Mount Baume

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Mount Baume (54°39′S 36°13′W / 54.650°S 36.217°W / -54.650; -36.217Coordinates: 54°39′S 36°13′W / 54.650°S 36.217°W / -54.650; -36.217) is a mountain, 1,910 metres (6,270 ft) high, rising midway along the north flank of Novosilski Glacier near the southeast end of South Georgia. It was surveyed by the South Georgia Survey (SGS) in the period 1951–57 and named for Louis C. Baume, a member of the SGS in 1955–56.[1]


  1. ^ "Mount Baume". Geographic Names Information System. United States Geological Survey. Retrieved 2013-11-11.

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